Victory Motorcycle Dipstick Thermometer

Engine Oil Gauge Prevents Overheating

Posted by Andy

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Victory Motorcycle Dipstick Thermometer Just knowing how hot something is can be a good indication on how well it's being treated. Like when you use a thermometer to check the temperature of your child to see if they're running a fever when they claim to be sick, possibly saving an emergency juggling of plans, weeding out the "fake it to get out of school" sickness. You can also do the same thing for your other precious bundle of joy: your motorcycle. Though a lot of bikes out on the market have a temperature gauge, it's not quite as accurate as the Victory dipstick thermometer.

The Victory-branded Dipstick Thermometer is specifically built to fit on all model year Victory motorcycles, including the Vegas, Kingpin, Hammer, Jackpot, Vision, Cross Roads, and Cross Country models. It's an replacement for the stock dipstick and gives accurate readings of the oil temperature, at any given time. You'll be able to tell if the type of oil you're using is keeping the engine running its best, or even if the oil has been in there too long and isn't keeping its viscosity when hot and should be changed. You may even find that different oil brands offer better heat protection just by having the dipstick thermometer installed.

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